You’re Invited to My Online 4th of July Twilight Zone Party (07/03-07/05)

Are You Coming?
Are You Coming?

LINK to Event Page–click here!

It’s that time of the year again when people from around the world gather online to watch The Twilight Zone marathon–we do this every year on the 4th of July (technically July 3rd evening through early morning hours of July 5th) and on New Year’s Eve.  You can read my recap of last year’s New Year’s Eve party, which was actually four days long (!) here.  I started these parties in 2013 so no one would have to be alone on New Year’s Eve and since then, it has grown far beyond my expectations.  I knew I’d be watching the annual marathon on SyFy.  I asked myself, why should I watch alone?  At one party, we had 250 guests and Rod Serling’s daughter, Anne Serling, even attended, which totally blew my mind.  Like many people with illnesses, I have been forced to spend a few holidays alone due to fatigue from myasthenia gravis or extreme pain from the polycystic ovarian syndrome or bedtime limitations because of bipolar disorder or d) all of the above.  My goal is for no one to be alone on the holidays, whatever the reason is–whether it’s health related or not.  This year, the first episode airs at 10:30 pm CST July 3rd (Sunday) and the last episode airs 2:30 am CST July 5th.  It is an uninterrupted marathon (no more WWE).

If you’re interested, you can go to the event page at:

How It Works

Through the event page, you can


2) invite your friends (it’s a public page)

3) watch TZ episodes during the marathon if you don’t have cable

4) comment and discuss TZ live with other fans

Can I Watch Even If I Don’t Have Cable?

Yes.  And it’s free. One of our star attendees, Edwin, will post links to episodes online on the Facebook event page.  We will also post the schedule so people can follow along no matter where you are.  To see SyFy’s schedule, you can visit their website by clicking here.

Hope to see you there!

–Your Stylist, Jessica Gimeno


Hi, I have five illnesses--bipolar disorder, myasthenia gravis (neuromuscular autoimmune disease), endometriosis, asthma, and psoriasis. Most of the organs in my body are affected. I'm dedicated to being a stylist for sick women. As someone who has experienced changes in my appearance due to my 12 meds (including Prednisone), I know how hard it can be when your face and body change overnight. (In fact, because of treatment, between 2008 to 2010, I went from a size 0 to a size 10. While I lost the weight, there are permanent changes in my face and body, which I've grown to appreciate.) My blog will also help women deal with other issues like surviving chronic pain and fatigue. Healthy people can also use this blog as a window into what life with illness is like. Let this website be a place where we can draw strength from each other despite our illnesses and find solutions to our everyday challenges!

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